Sweet and Spicy Apple Coleslaw

Sweet and spicy spices are almost always a sure win with their own families. Nonetheless, coleslaw? That has not always been a reason to applause. A couple of years ago that changed when we tried this recipe for classic coleslaw.

Since then, we’ve tried some pretty amazing coleslaw recipes. This Sweet and Spicy Apple Coleslaw was dined down to the very last apple slice and ribbon of cabbage.

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The observation” Best Coleslaw I’ve ever savoured” was heard and there were resonates of that from almost everyone at the table. I made this for dinner patrons again last night and was thrilled that it turned out so well.

A certain non-coleslaw-loving brother of excavation merely might have made the performing container back to his chair and finished off every last bit.

Apple Recipes

This was the first apple coleslaw we tried, but it surely hasn’t been the last.

We’ve been making this Sweet and Spicy Apple Coleslaw and the Cranberry Apple Coleslaw now for several years.

I love lending apples to traditionally savory bowls like these Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Apples and Bacon or this Blueberry Apple Walnut Salad. They add a awful sweetened gnaw to the meal and we all enjoy that.

The Sweet and Spicy Apple Coleslaw includes a couple of parts that I wouldn’t have thought to include without inspiration from Chef John.

When I watched corn seeds in the original recipe, I may have stopped and stared. I don’t really even like corn nuts. It just sounded so surprising, I had to try it. And they cultivated!

Just a couple tablespoons of crushed corn nuts changes the spice and quality of the salad from very good to savory. This is an excellent summertime salad that I have built many times over the past few years.

Sweet & Spicy Apple Coleslaw with a crunchy topping! - get the recipe at barefeetinthekitchen.com

Summer Side Dishes

For more summer place dishes, try this Cucumber Salad and the Irresistible Mandarin Broccoli Salad.

This Grilled Corn Salad with Avocado and Tomato by Well Plated and this Summer Confetti Salad by Sugar Free Mom are both announcing my epithet as well.

This Bacon Potato Salad is a new favorite this year and I’ve already stimulated it five times since I shared it now last month.

Apple Coleslaw Recipe

Place the chopped lettuce and the apple slices in a mixing container and toss to combine.

In a small glass assessing bowl or container, move together the mayo, liquor, sugar, Tabasco, salt, and seasoning until smooth. Smack and adjust the sizzling sauce as desired.

Pour the robe over the green mixture and toss to integrate. Tell residual for five minutes.

Add the cilantro and toss again. Transcend with the crushed corn bits and help immediately.

Kitchen Tip: I use these bowls and this spatula to make this recipe.

Sweet and Spicy Apple Coleslaw

Recipe changed from and with thanks to Food Wishes

1/2 small head of lettuce clam, cored and sliced very thin( about 6 cups) 1 Fuji apple, sliced very thinly 1/3 bowl mayonnaise 1/4 bowl pineapple liquid 1 scant teaspoon sugar Tabasco sauce to appreciation, I use various generous shakes, about 2 teaspoons 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt 1/8 teaspoon freshly field black pepper, adjust to savour 2 tablespoons chopped cilantro 2 tablespoons suppressed toasted corn parts, i.e. Corn seeds, about 1 tablespoon vanquished

Place the shredded cabbage and the apple slivers in a mixing container and toss to combining. In a small glass evaluating goblet or bowl, wipe together the mayo, liquid, carbohydrate, Tabasco, salt and pepper until smooth. Flavour and adjust the sizzling sauce as hoped. Rain the cover over the cabbage mixture and toss to combination. Give residual for five minutes. Include the cilantro and toss again. Surpas with the crushed corn chips and help immediately. Enjoy!

originally published 7/1/ 12- 8/ 1/18

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